Warrican, Cornwall combine to hand Windies 'A' victory

West Indies “A” walloped touring England Lions by an innings and 17 runs at Sabina Park with a day to spare to take an unbeatable two-nil lead in the three-match “Test” series between the teams. Read More

Thankful Plummer repays Reynolds with brace
The Red Stripe Premier League encounter between UWI FC and FC Reno at the UWI Bowl on Sunday, February 11 was a very important one for both teams, who are in the hunt for a spot in the play-offs at the end of the regular season. ... Read More

Allan Ottey happy to get off the mark for Waterhouse
After four previous tries at his new premier league club, Allan Ottey is now finally off the mark. ... Read More

Corporate sponsors needed for real growth to occur in sport — JOA CEO
There is a new way of doing business at the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), and that is the “business way”. ... Read More

Edwin Allen, St Jago take lead at Central Champs

By Dwayne Richards Observer writer | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Defending girls' champions Edwin Allen and boys' champions St Jago have taken commanding leads into day two of the Digicel Central Athletics Championships as they seem set to defend their respective titles at the championships being held at the G C Foster College. Read More

Photo: Historic run!

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Jamaica's Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian (right) and Carrie Russell compete in the women's bobsleigh Heat One run during the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, at the Olympic Sliding Centre yesterday. The Jamaicans are currently lying in 18th place out of the 20 competitors with times of... Read More

Reggae Youths look to rebound in Western Confed Super League

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

TUCKER, St James — Reggae Youths will seek to rebound from their only loss of the season today when they play Beaches Negril at Wespow Park in in the second-round final game of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Confederation/Charley's JB Rum Super League, before the... Read More

Daniel Town hunt lead in Trelawny FA Major League

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

GEORGIA, Trelawny — Daniel Town FC could take over the lead in Zone Two of the Trelawny Football Association Grandeur Transport Services/Monymusk Rums Major League game, if they can beat Spicy Hill at Georgia Community Centre today. Read More

McLeod, Thompson to lead World Indoors team

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Defending men's 60m hurdles champion Omar McLeod and 60m bronze medallist Elaine Thompson, two of the three medallists from the most recent IAAF World Indoors Championships in Portland, Oregon, have been named in the 30-member Jamaican team to compete at the 2018... Read More

Knights beat Eagles 72-58 in NBL Southern Conference

BY GERALD REID Observer writer | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

DEFENDING champions Urban Knights defeated Upper Room Eagles 72-58 as the 2018 National Basketball League (NBL) Southern Conference competition continued with games played at the National Arena last week. Read More

Calabar's record-breakers set for Gibson/McCook Relays

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer | Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

Michael Clarke, the head coach of six-time defending ISSA Boys' Championships winners Calabar High School, has denied reports that the team will not take part in this Saturday's staging of the 42nd Gibson/McCook Relays. Read More

Local players welcome Dragon Stout World Dominoes Championships

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

President of multi-time champions Caribbean Classics Domino Team Rupert Pryce is excited by the prospects of a new corporate sponsorship that he believes will lift the profile of the game in Jamaica. Read More

16 teams to contest 19th KPMG Squash League

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

The 2018 KPMG Squash League kicked off yesterday with 16 teams doing battle for the prestigious title. Read More

Messi scores vs Chelsea at 9th attempt to give Barca CL draw

Wednesday, February, 21 2018    

LONDON, England (AP) — Lionel Messi finally managed one of the few things he had yet to achieve in football. Read More

The JOA wants 10 sporting teams in Tokyo Olympics in 2020

Tuesday, February, 20 2018    

With the retirement of Jamaica's most recognisable sporting hero of all time, Usain Bolt, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is readying itself to build on the legacy left by the great man, but not just in the area of track and field. Read More


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